Ugh. John Kerry delivered a commencement address this week and went on and on about climate change. He compared those who aren’t on board with the junk science to “Flat Earth Society” members. It’s funny how the climate alarmists all do that, when it was the flat earth people who, at the time, were on the side of “science” and “consensus” while the skeptics and deniers were the ones who were right. But back to Kerry’s little speech. The guy who married a millionaire went on to wonder if they’re wrong on climate change “What’s the worst that can happen?”
If we make the necessary efforts to address this challenge – and supposing I’m wrong or scientists are wrong, 97 percent of them all wrong – supposing they are, what’s the worst that can happen? We put millions of people to work transitioning our energy, creating new and renewable and alternative; we make life healthier because we have less particulates in the air and cleaner air and more health; we give ourselves greater security through greater energy independence – that’s the downside. (Read More)
They’ve been “investing” in renewable and alternative energy for years, and what has that done for the economy? Coal plants are shutting down, putting the power grid at risk. Millions of Americans are still unemployed and the national debt just keeps growing. But what does he care? He’s set for life.